Discover Summer Bay at Grand Oaks, a place you'll love to live
Experience the pinnacle of retirement living at Summer Bay at Grand Oaks in St. Augustine, Florida. This stunning 306 home community by Pulte Homes promotes an active lifestyle amidst serene 55+ living within the Grand Oaks community. Indulge in exceptional amenities like the fire pit, sports courts, and resort-style pool, all designed for your pleasure and relaxation. Surround yourself with picturesque views, local wildlife, and outdoor adventures at your doorstep. Embrace a lifetime of comfort, luxury, and Florida living at Summer Bay at Grand Oaks.
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2021 — 2025
Summer Bay at Grand Oaks homes prices and costs
Summer Bay at Grand Oaks HOA cost and other fees
Management Company, Escrow Reserve, Common Ground & Amenities, Gate Guard, Trash
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How much are CDD fees in St. Johns County, FL?
Generally, CDD fees in St. Johns county can be between $1,000 and $3,000. However, the exact amount of your CDD fees will depend on your community. Typically, communities with more amenities will have a higher monthly CDD fee.
Is St. Augustine a good place to retire?
St. Augustine, Florida, is a wonderful place to retire! There are tons of high-quality active adult communities in the area, and the weather is nice and warm. St. Augustine has lots of shopping, dining and museums nearby, and it has easy access to beautiful beaches and major highways, so relaxing and traveling are both easy to do.
How long do you pay CDD fees in Florida?
CDD fees in Florida are generally paid over a term of 30 years. The later you move into a community with a CDD in place, the shorter that term will be for you. For example, if you move into a 10-year-old community, there will be only 20 more years on a 30-year term.
Is CDD a good thing?
CDD is usually a good thing in master-planned communities, as it allows for high-quality infrastructure and amenities. Most newer planned communities will have a CDD, because they are dedicated to creating a more full living situation for residents, from new roads and upgraded utilities to modern builds and popular amenities.